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Travel Blogs from Moscow
Whew! What an interesting last couple of days. We had a great trip on the train overnight from Penza to Moscow. Before I go further, I had to add this picture of the boys sleeping last night, here in Moscow - it cracks us up! They stayed straight the rest of the night after we adjusted them on the bed, but at 6:45am, when Caleb woke up, somehow, …
... I'm going with this, this little jaunt was filling me with some trepidation cos I really find it hard to use an escalator going down for the most short journey but I didn't imagine for one minute that the Moscow underground system was going to be like a shopping trip with the girls round Debenhams. Ian was very much aware why my top lip started to sweat as we got closer to the top and the tunnel dropped away in front. But he's pretty good in ...
... amount of cultural sites to see and we only touched the surface in our 3 days there, we both agreed that is was a place the we would return to and recommend for others. Easyjet check-in at the airport was very smooth, and we ended our Russian adventure having a curry and shashlik at an Indian restaurant at the airport. Probably not the most authentic meal but after all the homestays, it was nice to have a choice of cuisines.
Now lets get our smelly clothes ...
... In addition to the subway map--which hopefully you carry at all times--there are apps for this. I have two. Then you count the number of stops for each line. Remember these numbers! You fix in your brain the names of the interchanges as well. However, the number of stops is crucial because you don't freakin' know how to pronounce the names of the stops. You do gradually learn to recognize the names of stops you most often use when they are ...
This morning we toured the armory museum and buildings around the Kremlin. The museum was filled with treasures from antiquity; weapons, armor, gifts from visiting dignitaries from long ago, clerical and secular dress and royal carriages. The weapons and armor were really incredible to see and the royal carriages were astounding. One particular carriage had was a horse drawn sled that took 27 ...
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